A Writer's 21st Century Memoir.

The Last Judgement Series: Part 3- The Reaping

If you go out in the woods today, 
You’d better not go alone.
It’s lovely out in the woods today,
But safer to stay at home.

Three young teens were running about that night in the woods. They all seemed to have their minds altered by an extremely powerful drug. They danced and ran and twirled about, half falling, half running down the hillside that led to a chain-linked fence. The trio climbed over the gate one by one until they all reached the other side. They had faced a new adventure of an abandoned pool. One of the three teenagers attempted to run towards the empty pool, and before the other two could grab the girl, she jumped in head first.

Her head surely was smashed against the cold concrete. But just to make sure, the other two boys crept up to the edge of the pool slowly to view the body of their once newly found friend. But when the two boys peered into the concrete death trap they found nothing. Confused the two turned around towards the woods only to collide with girl that was supposed to be faced down in an empty pool.

The girl gave a smirk that radiated an eerily beautiful smile that gave notice to her black eyes. She brushed her black hair away from her awfully pale skinned cheek and tucked it behind her ear. The two boys were definitely both alarmed and stunned just standing there staring. The girl then stopped her smirking and pulled a straight face. And in an instant she shoved both boys with a great force into the empty pool.

Looking over the edge, the girl made sure that the two boys were dead. Satisfied she turned towards the woods and began to take out an old black leather journal. She erased two separate words and then added one more in place of one of the slots. She tucked the pocket sized journal back into her black pea coat pocket. Straightening her black blouse so that it laid nicely over her black skinny jeans, she started walking back to the woods.

And just as fast as had shoved the two boys to their deaths she grew a pair of giant black wings that spread out beautifully from her back in a mysterious forming dark smoke.

“Well come on now.” The girl motioned for Frank to come out from behind the bushes.

            Frank was incredibly terrified from the dramatic scene that he had just witnessed. He thought to himself and came to the conclusion that if she had the nerve to kill to young boys in such a gruesome way that it would take nothing for her to cause harm to him.

“You’re aware that I can hear you right? Don’t you know that you’re already dead? I can’t kill you again.” She looked away from Frank’s position and rolled her eyes. “And I know that you tried calling your daughter. I told you already that she can’t help you figure out why your still here. You have to figure that out on your own. But for the mean time, you can make yourself useful and help me round up these other souls.” She motioned for him to come over to her side again. This time he followed her direction. She grabbed his arm, she ever so slightly bent her knees into a half crouching position, and then extended herself as she began to leave the surface of the earth taking a speechless Frank along with her. And just like that they were gone out of site on to the next job.

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